At Central our student leaders are an essential part of the success of our co-curricular activities. From G.O. and grade reps, to club heads, team heads, and Big Sisters, Central offers many leadership opportunities for our students. These leadership roles help students develop skills and memories that go beyond the halls of Central. This week, these leaders were in the forefront as they were prepared for their roles. There was a workshop for the Big Sisters with Rabbi Tani Prero that focused on leadership and mentoring skills. Rabbi Prero, who comes from Israel, runs team building and leadership workshops around the country. He played a variety of leadership games with the Big Sisters and spent time processing different skills they can learn from the games they played. They discussed how they can best apply the skills they were learning to there day to day interaction with their freshman Little Sisters. The girls were extremely engaged, had a great time, and learned a tremendous amount! We also celebrated our student leaders at a luncheon where, in addition to pizza, they were given the opportunity to reflect on what their goals and responsibilities would be for the coming school year.  Student leaders were also introduced to Miriam Bursky-Tammam (’13), a Central alumna, who will be acting as the cultural arts faculty advisor. We cannot wait to see our leaders rise to their roles this year.

 

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